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Apply the hand brake tight. loosen the wheel nuts while the vehicle is on the ground . Place the jack in the position as described on the sticker near where the jack is housed. Raise the side of the car until the wheel is just free of the ground . Remove the wheel nuts and lift the wheel free of the hub. Fit spare and replace the nuts. Do them up as tight as you can. Lower the jack until the wheel is firmly on the ground . Now tighten the nuts fully. Put the jack back in the vehicle and you are finished.. There are motoring clubs everywhere that run courses catering especially for women so that they can learn how to do it properly. My wife carries a piece of pipe that fits over the nut brace to give her the necessary leverage to un-do and do up the wheel nuts as they are normally very tight.

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How to replace the oil filter on 1999 sunfire , the oil filter is surrouded by many things and we can not get to it. Is there a easier way?

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  1. Place one wheel chock in front of each of the Sunfire's front tires. Lift the rear of the Sunfire with a floor jack. Then support the weight of the vehicle with one jack stand placed under each rear axle.
  2. Locate the fuel filter. The fuel filter is a metal cylindrical piece located underneath the Sunfire on the passenger's side of the fuel tank.
  3. Note that one end of the fuel filter has a nut, while the other end has a clip. Use a wrench to remove the portion of the fuel line which enters the side of the fuel filter which has the nut.
  4. Allow any fuel which is present in the line to drain into a bucket. Use a tool for quick connect fittings to release the clip on the opposite side of the fuel filter. The quick connect fitting tool is readily available at most auto parts stores, and can sometimes be rented instead of purchased. Once the fitting is released, pull the fuel line away from the filter.
  5. Press the end of the new fuel filter that has the clip onto the fuel line until the line clicks into place. Then use a wrench to tighten the end of the other fuel line to the fuel filter.
  6. Raise the back of the Sunfire with the floor jack. Remove the jack stands from underneath the axles. Then lower the Sunfire with the floor jack and remove the wheel chocks to complete the installation.

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How do you remove jack from back of car, i had a flat, and can not get the jack out of the back.

hi from uk if your jack is the scissors type it will be placed in position and then the jacks long threaded screw is turned clockwise to extend the jack upwards as you would when using to jack car so you will have to screw thethread anticlockwise to lower/reduce jacks height and it will come loose and then come out of its fitting always refit jack as to above hope this helps ? best wishes for new year !

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Upper ball joint broke off of socket on 97 chevy s10 pickup

Its not too difficult if you can get the broken piece out of the spindle. It is a friction fit and normally a wedge shaped tool called a pickle fork is used to separate the ball joint and spindle.
If you're game to have a go at it, jack the truck up and block it, you will need the jack to put under the lower control arm after you take the wheel off. Remove the caliper and hang it up with a piece of wire or rope so it doesn't hang on the brake hose. With the wheel off you will need to remove the nut on the bottom of the ball joint where it passes through the spindle. Check it first for a cotter pin, some have it some don't.Soak it good with penetrating fluid, not WD-40, before you start. If the piece starts to turn before you get the nut off, you'll have to cut it off with a mini grinder.Drive the broken piece out of the spindle, it has to go up because it is tapered, you can't push it out the bottom.
The rest of the ball joint should be attached to the upper control arm by 3 rivets. Just grind the heads off them, drive them out and the ball joint will come off. The new one will probably come with bolts to replace those rivets, but check the box when you buy it and make sure you have some. Pop the new joint into the control arm, it'll only fit one way and fasten it down. Jack the spindle up to the ball joint, fit it together and start the nut. Snug it up and lower the jack. Now tighten the nut. If you are using a 3/8 ratchet when your arm wont turn the nut any more install the cotter pin and you should be good. It would be a good idea to get the alignment checked after you do this. Hope this helps.

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Upper and lower ball joints

Jack the truck clear of the ground and let the wheel assembly hang. After you remove the tire place your jack under the lower control arm so it's firm. Remove the cotter pin, if you have one and loosen the big nut almost off. Wedge a "pickle fork" between the control arm and the spindle and give it a belt with a hammer until the ball joint pops. Raise the jack so you can undo the nut easily and separate the control arm and spindle.
The upper ball joint is riveted or bolted in. Grind the rivets or use a cold chisel and remove the ball joint. Clean up the area with some sandpaper, dirt , loose rust, etc.and put the new joint in. Put the spindle back on using the jack if necessary and put the nut back on and tighten.
The lower ball joint is pressed in. Tie the spindle out of the way and brace the lower control arm with some blocks or the jack if you have to. A few whacks with a hammer should pop the joint out. Clean the hole out lightly, just to remove loose rust and dirt. Put the ball joint, minus the grease fitting ,,in the hole and use the jack with a block of wood, to put it in place.You may have to fiddle with the spindle to make sure it is lined up. I've never had any trouble using a 1ton trolley jack and the weight of the truck to put the lower ball joint back in. Replace the nut and grease fitting.
The new ball joints will probably come with cotter pins, use them. Make sure the new joints are tight or they will wear the holes in the spindle. Don't forget to grease the new joints. Hope this helps.

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